Special Hearing Set on Connaught Motor Inn
Prince George, B.C.- A special meeting of Prince George City Council has been set for the morning of May 25th to hear an appeal of a decision to suspend the business license for the Connaught Motor Inn .The decision to suspend the license for the Inn was based on what Bylaw Services Manager Fred Crittenden calls a “history of issues” which includes staff and patron behaviours, public health and safety, security, and the physical condition of the building.
Crittenden says the owners of the Connaught had been issued a notice calling for specific actions and the owners have not complied .
A notice of the decision to suspend the business license was issued on April 8th.
The restaurant operates under a separate license and there is no business operating out of that building at this time.
250News contacted one of the co-owners of the property, John Carhoun , at his home in Vancouver . When asked about the issues which were cited for the license suspension, he said he had “No comment”.
The Connaught Motor Inn is home to a number of clients who rent rooms on a month to month basis.